VIDEO: Ex-top FBI lawyer won’t say if Steele dossier was used beyond Carter Page FISA warrants
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Former FBI General Counsel James Baker declined to say on Friday whether the bureau used an unverified dossier to obtain Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrants to surveil anyone beyond former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.
Claiming to be unfamiliar with what the government has revealed, Baker opted not to confirm or deny it when asked during an interview on MSNBC.
The article goes on to state the following:
“I don’t think I should comment on that. I don’t know what else the government has confirmed,” he said. “I don’t want to confirm or deny anything about other potential FISA applications.”
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